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Former Diplomat Calls for Military Strikes in Sudan

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Former Diplomat Calls for Military Strikes in Sudan

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Former Diplomat Calls for Military Strikes in Sudan

Former Diplomat Calls for Military Strikes in Sudan

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Some foreign policy analysts are calling for military action to stop genocide in Sudan. Susan Rice says Sudan will only respond to the threat of an attack; and if an attack is necessary, she advocates bombing strategic targets like airfields and blockading Sudan's port.

Rice says the United States has the moral responsibility to stop genocide wherever it occurs.

Melissa Block talks with Rice, a fellow at the Brookings Institution and a former Assistant Secretary of State in the Clinton administration

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